We make every effort to give personal attention to each prospective student and their family. Below you’ll find a list of our admission team members. Please feel free to contact the staff member for your region with any questions, or just to let them know you’re interested in Saint Joseph’s.
Many of our admission staff travel to high schools in the spring and fall, so it may take a few days to hear back while they are on the road. If you have immediate questions, please contact the Office of Admission at 1-800-338-7057 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vice President for Enrollment Management
Be sure to attend a campus event or schedule a visit. Going to a school is the best way to learn about it. It affords you and your family the chance to get to know the admissions team, faculty, coaches and current students. You never fully know what a school is all about until you have had the opportunity to experience it.
Director of Admissions
Visit any college that you are truly interested in. Many students visit colleges multiple times before making that final decision. When it comes time to select a college, make sure to choose a school that you will succeed at academically and also feel comfortable at socially.
How friendly and easily accessible the faculty and staff are.
Always keep an open mind about the schools you are considering and the major you’re considering. I think students today have too much pressure to choose the right school or course of study and they forget that this process should be fun and exciting. Also stay in touch with the schools you are considering so that they can help you through the process as much as possible.
I love the school spirit! It's rare to find a community as strong and proud as the one at Saint Joseph's. Everyone in each classroom, residence hall, and office works hard to make life here great and loves this special place!
My advice to a high school student would be to do your research. Don't pick a school for the name. Get on campus and check it out!
Visit, visit, visit! During a campus visit you have the opportunity to interact with current students, faculty and staff and discover if you can envision yourself becoming apart of the school.
The sense of community you get from the students, faculty and staff when you step onto campus.
Trust your gut feeling when you are visiting a campus.